Remember Me


As a bereavement counsellor, I understand how very difficult it can be to come to terms with the passing of a loved one; those feelings of utter disbelief that such a thing could have happened. The empty place left in our hearts when someone we love is suddenly no longer there can leave pain like no other. One without a cure.

All we can do is try to come to terms with our loss. This is made all the more difficult when, for whatever reason, we are unable to spend time with them at the end to ease their passing with our loving words, or even attend their funeral to say our final goodbyes.

Placing your thoughts and feelings about the person you have lost down on paper and creating a book in their memory can give you the opportunity to express your feelings, paying tribute to your loved one by celebrating their life.

I see so many people struggling to come to terms with the sudden, devastating loss of friends or family. I have for some years been creating life-story books. I know the benefits that people gain from reflecting on their own lives or that of their loved ones.  

We can help you to record your own memories of the person you’ve lost. Our Remember Me service will take your written tribute together with your photographs or poems and create a beautiful book for all the family to treasure, in memory of your loved one.

If you would like to talk to me about creating your own tribute, please ring me, Marilyn on 07792 251737 or email me for more information.

Remember Me

When you remember me, it means you will have carried something of who I am with you, that I have left some mark of who I am on who you are. It means that you can summon me back to your mind, even though countless miles and years may stand between us. It means that if we meet again, you will know me. It means that even after I die, you can still see my face and hear my voice and speak to me in your heart.

Frederick Buechner

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Tribute to a loving husband, father and renowned academic and economist.


An Extraordinary Man